EACH OF US SHAPE LOVE AND IT’S RESPONSE AS IS MOST COMFORTABLE FOR US…MODIFIED AS TO HOW IMPORTANT THE OTHER PERSON BECOMES…ISN’T THAT A PART OF LOVE, TOO????
I don’t care much for Valentine’s Day. And it’s not just because I spent two days crafting sparkly paper sharks with working clothespin jaws to hold packages of Goldfish crackers for my children to give to their classmates, only to receive a note home the day before the party reminding parents that treats must be peanut and gluten free and all treat labels must be submitted to the school two weeks in advance.
I don’t actually have a problem with expressing love with a sweet note or a gift. I think remembering to do that from time to time can be really important in a relationship.
And I know Americans will do our fair share of celebrating. In fact, according to a recent National Retail Federation poll, we plan to spend an average of $133.91 on candy (peanut and gluten free, approved two weeks in advance), cards…
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